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GRP's Priceless Jazz is a mid-line collection that concentrates on John Klemmer's recordings for Cadet in the late '60s and early '70s. Although this disc could hardly be called definitive, since it weighs in at only ten tracks, it nevertheless offers many of his best cuts for the label, including "Touch," "Look to the Sky," "Waterfall II," "My Love Has Butterfly Wings," "All the Children Cried," "Constant Throb," "Tone Row Weaver" and "Later with Them Woes." This compilation skillfully balances his earlier experimental work with the echoplex with hints of his latter-day smooth jazz, which means it's useful as a sampler for curious listeners.


Born: July 3, 1946 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

An active composer and an innovator on the electrified saxophone (using echo effects quite effectively), John Klemmer was also a very strong Coltrane-inspired acoustic tenor saxophonist. His solo saxophone recordings preceded smooth jazz and new age and his variety of projects earned him a great deal of crossover appeal that includes his music sampled by hip-hop artists of the '90s. Over the course of his career, Klemmer collaborated with a number of jazz and pop artists and performed the albums...
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